Symptoms of Sinusitis:
The Root Causes of Sinusitis
Following are the general types of imbalances at the source of most chronic conditions including sinusitis:
Sinusitis typically follows an upper respiratory infection (for example, the common cold) or an allergic reaction (like hay fever, also called allergic rhinitis). These can cause inflammation and swelling that prevents the sinuses from draining properly. This makes the sinuses a great place for organisms like bacteria, viruses, and fungus to live and grow rapidly. Other common causes for sinusitis include the following:
Allergies (hay fever, tobacco ,dry air, pollutants) . Changes in atmospheric pressure (for example, from swimming or climbing high altitudes) Infections from dental problems. Disease or an abnormal structure in the sinus area (such as nasal polyps, deviated septum, or nasal bone spur) Physical injury to the sinuses Bacteria, viruses, and fungi Poorly treated recurrent cases of sinusitis can cause chronic sinusitis.
Doctors of Ayusya clinic prescribe unique formulations of herbs and minerals for treatment of this disease. They also give following directions for the best recovery of the patients:
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